600mm Carbon Steel Half Ball/tank End/fire Pit

600mm Carbon Steel Half Ball/tank End/fire Pit

600mm Carbon Steel Half Ball/tank End/fire Pit Two types of weathering steel are commonly produced. These are sometimes referred to as Cor-Ten A and Cor-Ten B. The types differ primarily in the amounts of phosphorous alloyed into the mixture. Uses reflect the different properties imparted to the...
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600mm Carbon Steel Half Ball/tank End/fire Pit

Two types of weathering steel are commonly produced. These are sometimes referred to as Cor-Ten A and Cor-Ten B. The types differ primarily in the amounts of phosphorous alloyed into the mixture. Uses reflect the different properties imparted to the steel. The first type is typically produced as sheet or coil and has applications in cladding and ductwork. The second type is more commonly produced as plate, structural sections or tube

Two types of weathering steel are commonly produced. These are sometimes referred to as Cor-Ten A and Cor-Ten B. The types differ primarily in the amounts of phosphorous alloyed into the mixture. Uses reflect the different properties imparted to the steel. The first type is typically produced as sheet or coil and has applications in cladding and ductwork. The second type is more commonly produced as plate, structural sections or tube.

Weathering means that due to their chemical compositions COR-TEN A and COR-TEN B steels, when utilised unprotected, exhibits increased resistance to atmospheric corrosion compared to unalloyed steels. This is because it forms a protective layer on its surface under the influence of the weather. The corrosion retarding effect of the protective layer is produced by the nature of its structure components and the particular distribution and concentration of alloying elements in it. The layer protecting the surface develops and regenerates continuously when subjected to the influence of the weather . Formation, duration of development and protective effect of the covering layer on weathering steels depend largely upon the corrosive character of the atmosphere. Its influence varies and depends mainly upon the general weather conditions (e.g. continental) macroclimate (e.g. industrial, urban, maritime, or country-side climate) and the orientation of the structure components (e.g. exposed to or shaded from the weather, vertical or horizontal position) . The amount of aggressive agents in the air has to be taken into account. In general the covering layer offers protection against atmospheric corrosion in industrial, urban and countryside climate. When utilising this steel in unprotected condition it is up to the designer to take into account the expected loss of thickness due to corrosion and as far as necessary, compensate for it by increasing the thickness of the material.

In cases of particular air pollution by aggressive agents conventional surface protection is recommended. Coating is absolutely necessary in cases of contact with water for long periods, when permanently exposed to moisture, or if it is to be used in the vicinity of the sea. The susceptibility of paint coats to undercreepage by rust is less in the case of weathering steel than in the case of comparable non-weathering steel .

600mm Carbon Steel Half Ball/tank End/fire Pit



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